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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, june 10th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." >> i'm with her. i am fired up. >> leading democrats endorse hillary clinton's run for the white house and waste no time dissing donald trump. >> a racist bully. >> i find donald trump's conduct in this regard reprehensible. >> trump wasn't biden's only target of the day. the vice president write a heartfelt letter to the victim of the stanford sexual assault and has a message for her attacker. this is the legend of muhammad ali. most popular fighter there ever ll
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life as the greatest is laid to rest. >> rumble! ho! good morning from the studio 57 nutritional at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you, i'm anne-marie green. muhammad ali will be buried today in his hometown of louisville, kentucky. first, a final good-bye including a funeral procession and an interfaith memorial service. yesterday thousands attended a muslim funeral for the three-time heavyweight champ. don champion is in louisville. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. by the thousands, people will pause today to remember louisville's native son. the service will end a week-long celebration of the life of a man who not only had an impact on the city but also this world. today's public memorial service for muhammad ali will be fit for
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actor will smith and former heyweight boxing champ lennox lewis are among eight pallbearers. >> i'm honored. he will always be remembered and never be forgotten. >> reporter: thousands attended a traditional islamic prayer service for ali yesterday where his family was seen for the first time since his death. the service drew celebrities and fans alike. >> he exemplified all the true virtues of this life, the togetherness, the community. >> reporter: today's interfaith event will draw dignitaries like mormon senator orrin hatch and king of jordan, comedian billy crystal and former president bill clinton will help eulogize the champ. >> you couldn't designed, is this guy a boxer or a ballerina. the way he moved. the speed, the grace. >> reporter: before the service, a hearse will carry his body 19 miles through louisville past places he held close to his heart. >> this is why whenever i
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i always make an announcement about louisville, kentucky. >> reporter: ali will be laid to rest at cavehill cemetery in his beloved hometown. and ali's family says the champ helped plan today's service a few years ago. one of his requirement was that everyday fans, not just vips, be allowed to attend. so many president obama are expected to converge in this area, huge -- so many people are expected to converge in this area, huge screens will broadcast the funeral. >> i can imagine. thanks. coming up, we'll talk to one of ali's longtime friends, basketball great kareem abdul-jabbar. to politics, and the democratic party beginning to fall in line behind hillary clinton, turning their sights on donald trump. president obama, joe biden, house leader nancy pelosi and senator elizabeth warren have all endorsed clinton. yesterday warren called trump a racist bully while unleashing a
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blistering, no-holds-barred attack. >> donald trump is a loud, nasty, thin-skinned fraud who has never risked anything forrin and who serves no one about himself. [ applause ] >> bernie sanders hasn't said when he will end his campaign but says he will do all he can to defeat trump. >> reporter: bernie sanders still sounded like a presidential candidate at his campaign rally thursday in washington, d.c. >> if congress does not pass comprehensive immigration reform and a path toward citizenship, i will use the executive powers of the presidency. >> reporter: hours earlier, president obama endorsed sanders' rival, hillary clinton. >> i'm with her. i am fired up, and i cannot wait to get out there and campaign for hillary. >> reporter: the president threw his support behind clinton after meeting with sanders at the white house. sanders pledged to take part in the d.c. primary next week but hinted he knows the contest with
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with her in the near future to see how we can work together to defeat donald trump. >> reporter: sanders has not given a timetable for when he'll exit the race. his supporters are thanking him for energizing the democratic party. >> now that it will transition to hillary, i hope the momentum can last. >> reporter: donald trump has already pivoted to the general election. he mocked the president's backing of clinton tweeting, "obama just endorsed crooked hillary. he want four more years of obama, but nobody else does." the clinton campaign tweeted back asking trump to delete his account. the president's first appearance with clinton will be in green bay, wisconsin, next wednesday. cbs news, washington. vice president joe biden has written a letter to the woman who was sexually assaulted by a former stanford university student. brock turner was sentenced to six months in jail but will likely serve just three months be b
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a message his victims read in -- his victim, rather, read in court describing her feelings prompted joe biden to write an open letter to her. "i do not know your name, but your words are forever seared on my soul. words that should be required reading for men and women of all age. words i wish with all my heart you never had to write." israel sent hundreds of troops into the west bank in response to wednesday's deadly terrorist attack in tel aviv. two gunmen killed four people at a popular shopping area. they came from the same west bank village. travel restrictions have been placed on tens of thousands of palestinians. and security is tight in france for the start of euro 2016. the month-long soccer championship that kick off today. france has mobilized 90,000 police and security guards to protect hundreds of thousands of fans and the 24 teams taking part. three people died when a small plane crashed in houston.
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trying to land following a flight from norman, oklahoma. it crashed on its second landing attempt, plowing into a car in a parking lot. all three victims were on the ground. the national transportation safety board is investigating. and the world health organization says women living in areas affected by the virus should delay getting pregnant. zika is linked to birth defects. the guidelines were issued last week but were updated to distinguish between those visiting or living in a zika zone. coming up on the "cbs morning news," immigration status. a high school valedictorian faces a social media backlash after she reveals she's undocumented. and a very special guest slow jams the news. it's been an honor and privil
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the "baltimore sun" reports on driver van goodson jr. who gave freddie gray an intentional rough ride after his arrest in 2015. his lawyer denies rough treatment by officers caused gray's death. the "washington post" reports the guilty plea of a navy admiral in a $34 million corruption scandal. robert gilbo admitted to lying about getting bribes from a singapore defense contractor who provided navy leaders with cash and prostitutes. only a handful of admirals have faced prosecution in the modern history of the navy. the "wall street journal" reports that the government want more mental health support for pilots. the faa is backing the findings of an advisory group. the report was requested more than a year ago after a depressed co-pilot of a germanwings flight intentionally crashed the jet to the
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killing 150 people. "the austin american statesman" reports the threats a texas student received because she's undocumented. the valedictorian's demands for mentioning her status in a tweet about her academic success. >> showcasing that you can accomplish anything regardless of whattor stack else you face. >> she is protected from deportation under a program that defers action against childhood arrivals. and "the miami herald" digs interest a court fight over a garden. a south florida village says a resident can't grow vegetables in his front yard. the homeowner questions why plastic flamingos are legal but food isn't. a judge is weighing the issue. coming up, getting the last laugh. the so-called chewbacca mom whose video went viral found a way to cash in on her social
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chewbacca mom is turning her 15 minutes of fame into cash. candace payne was charging $20 for autographs last weekend at a fan ex-no dallas. "time" magazine reports that she's received gifts worth nearly a half million dollars since his video went viral. geez. on the cbs "money watch," debt relief for puerto rico, and millions of twitter accounts are at risk. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. good morning. u.s. market are in a bit of a holding pattern ahead of next week's federal reserve meeting. the dow lost 19. the s&p lost 3. the house overwhelmingly passed a rescue package to ease puerto rico's financial crisis. the vote comes two weeks before puerto rico has to make a $2 billion debt payment. the legislation creates a financial control board that would oversee negotiations with creditors in the court. it doe
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found reduce any of puerto rico's $70 billion debt. the bill now heads to the senate. millions of twitter user names and passwords reportedly are on sale on the dark web. twitter notified affected users and is forcing them to change their passwords. twitter says it's confident the records were not stolen from twitter computers. the website leaked source published the twitter passwords. the most popular -- 123456. the tex-mex chain moe's southwest grill is now america's most popular mexican food chain. it surged ahead of chipotle even though it has half the number of locations. chipotle of the number-one pick the last three years but has been impacted by a string of food safety issues. it fell to fifth place on the annual harris poll. uber is letting customers schedule rides ahead of time. the new uber service started yesterday in seattle. other cities will follow soon. customers can schedule a ride
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you can cancel without penalty as long as your driver is not on the way. and one day, we might be driving flying cars. google co-founder larry page is funding two flying car startups, according to bloomberg business. one company, zdot arrows is funding one that takes off and flies vertically. another is a quad copter. he's put $100 million of his own money into the project allegedly. like the jetsons. >> i always wanted one of those cars. do you still call them cars if they're flying? i don't know. >> that's an interesting question. >> ponder that, jill. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot. still ahead, staying up late. "cbs this morning" co-host gayle king shows off her rap skills on "the late show with
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here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ who won the world girls ♪ it is a gift that keeps on giving flea. you never know what's going to happen in this election. i love that. >> absolutely. absolutely. it's like -- like herpes. there's no getting rid of it. [ applause ] >> thank you very much for being here, gayle. >> herpes? >> okay. >> little election-season levity, if you will. last night on "the late show with stephen colbert," "cbs this morning's" gayle king weighing in on the ride that's been this political season. certainly a wild ride.
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researchers learn more about endangered whales that they hope to save. footage taken from the sky off new zealand shows how the whales lunge to eat plankton and small fish. they are huge, growing to nearly 40 feet in length, but they're also shy. scientists say they could never get this close by boat. power outages at a north carolina amusement park left some customers stuck in the air. the power outages stopped rides at the carolwind park in charlotte. riders were stuck on multiple rides, some for two, how as they were lowered to safety. there were no injuries reported. and cbs has something special in store for those of you who haven't been able to score "hamilton" tickets -- that would be a lot of you. "60 minutes" sunday will feature an extended encore of the conversation between charlie rose and "hamilton" star lin-manuel miranda. >> it becomes your narrator because you need
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>> one, i need balance. hamilton would be happy to narrate his own story. >> the director's cut first aired in november and will include more from miranda, the cast, and the hit show. and you can watch it on "60 minutes" sunday at 7:00, 8:00 central. after that, catch the tony awards hosted by james cordon all here on cbs. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," kareem adbul jabbar on muhammad ali. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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we're looking ahead to the next big closure in metro's safe track plan. how it could impact you if you ride the rails or drive a car but first let's get a check on the friday forecast. >> you know, friday is not looking too bad at all. maybe not as picture perfect as yesterday but we are still looking pretty nice today. a few extra clouds and a little bit warmer to start this morning 68 degrees, yesterday we were starting off in the 40s and 50s so a little bit warmer but winds are still out of the northwest and they are still very dry air in place so that's going to not make it feel muggy this morning. can't say the same tomorrow morning. 64 for leesburg, 66 for manassas, 65 culpeper and now as far as cloud cover a few extra clouds and also a few stray showers as you head off to the west. i'll zoom in on those on your doppler coming up, but however, temperatures are headed to 75 by noon, 81 for this afternoon, low 80s across-the-board a good looking friday. larry? >> allyson good morning to you at home. we are off
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still quiet around town you won't find major issues on the inner or outer loop looks like 395 and 295 are doing well in both directions, inbound on i66 working in from areas like manassas, through fairfax you're good to go, inside the capitol beltway still a smooth ride as you work over the key bridge into georgetown so certainly so far so good. also quiet ride for our friends in prince georges county along route 4 and pen en avenue and indian head highway also off to a good start as well. weather and traffic back on the nines. back over to you. a follow-up to a murder from nearly a year ago. alexandria less announced they've made an arrest in the case. >> you may remember this case, the 22 year old tibbs had was shot and killed july 2 along north fayette street. days later police said there were people who knew about the shooting but haven't come forward. and now they arrested 21 year old rashad adkins of alexandria and is in
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the release of a cop' it sketch leads them to a sexual predator. take a look at this picture of the suspect that police say attacked a woman on richmond highway last week. the 20 year old victim was walking when a man approached from behind, grabbed her dress and sexually assaulted her. she was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. the attorney general for the district of columbia is applauding the latest ruling on the cities gun law. the u.s. court of appeals issued a full stay of a lower courts order that stated part of thely was unconstitutional. attorney general says the new ruling will insure the city can continue to enforce its gun law in full. the stanley cup finals is going to a game six. penguins had a chance to close it out in five and secure the cup on their home ice but the sharks aren't going out like that. carlton, a 2-2 tie in the first and that's right, five goal period the first
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jose managed to take off elimination 4-2 in the final forcing game six on sunday: friends consider the puk dropped on this friday edition of wake up washington. >> we will continue that nick because the news starts at 4:30 right now. right now at 4:30 a celebration of life. dig any terry and fans alike will turn out by the thousands today to say one final goodbye to muhammad ali. and a good friday morning to you. i'm in for mike hydeck. >> i'm andrea roane. >> and let's start it off as we always do, shall we? >> okay. >> i'm a little rusty guys, again emphasis on filling in. we have the starters in. >> [laughter] >> in the weather and traffic department larry miller and allyson rae. let's see how will we follow-up yesterdays perfect day allyson? >> it's hard to beat yesterday right absolutely but todays
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we are going to see a few extra clouds for areas south and west and really west along that 81 corridor. take a look at first alert, a little warm out there but nothing compared to the mugginess that we typically see. it is warm but not humid right now 61 for fredrick, 64 leesburg not as cool as yesterday. first alert live doppler i said i'd show you a few sprinkles i would call them not even showers near winchester so areas off to the west will see a couple of those sprinkles through out today. 82 today a very comfortable temperature but look back off to the west. 90s are just across-the-board,

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